Illustration by Brandon Bird. The human body, much like the Internet, is a series of tubes. These tubes transport all sorts of liquids: blood, sweat, tears, jizz, cerebrospinal fluid, and pee-pee. These liquids are supposed to stay flowing. Which is probably why the listenership of the Savage Lovecast lost their collective shit when a man wanted tips on how to keep his semen inside his wife's vagina. Or is this something that every woman has to deal with, and I just don't remember prior to marriage because I was either drunk, self-absorbed, whatever? Leaving aside, for the moment, the question of whether this man is still self-absorbed, let's figure this out. How common is it for semen to immediately drip out of the vagina? Fluids are going to drip out of it, regardless of your level of Kegel fitness.
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Fabiana Y. Nakano I. Sandro C. Esteves I. Unexplained infertility diagnosis is made in the presence of a normal semen analysis when tubal patency and normal ovulatory function are established. Among several potential causes, unexplained infertility could be attributed to vaginal pH and cervical mucus abnormalities.
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Yes, your vagina is a self-cleaning oven! A change in smell or an odor after sex can be a symptom of a medical condition; a visit to your doctor or nurse practitioner is in order. Questions were submitted by readers and answered by New York Times experts.
White discharge is a white fluid that comes out from the vagina or penis, including during and after sexual activity. For example, cervical mucus cleans and lubricates the vagina. Penile fluid, which flows through the same tube as urine, neutralizes leftover acidity so sperm can safely pass. In other cases, white discharge is caused by an infection. Vaginal discharge during penile-vaginal penetration is usually expected. Sexual excitement is a common cause of white discharge. Normally, vaginal discharge is clear or milky white.